From the monthly archives: February 2009

Best comment so far on YT:

Rush is high as a motherfucker in this video!! OMG…ARRRRRRRGH! @ 1:min he looks fuckin crazy. LOL he’s so mad he’s about to implode.

Jesus Christ he is clearly losing it.

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I’m really sorry everyone for Brian rudely interrupting Leave Bobby Jindal Alone Week with relevant and meaningful posts. I will try to dissuade such behavior for the remainder of at least today. Thank you for your support!

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I thought it was unAmerican and “emboldening the terrorists” to admit that we might not be winning a war?

“When you aren’t winning in this kind of war, you are losing. And, in Afghanistan today, we are not winning,” McCain said in remarks delivered at the American Enterprise Institute, a Washington-based think tank.

I guess it’s OK when the President isn’t a Republican.

(OK, with less snark, McCain is right – we sure as hell aren’t “winning” in Afghanistan. Thanks, Dubya and your Iraq War distraction! Hopefully a wind-down in Iraq will mean we can ramp up again in […]

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“no kidding…” LOL.

I hereby declare this “Leave Bobby Jindal ALONE! Week”

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Bobby Jindal’s Neighborhood

On February 25, 2009 By

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Latest from the ORP!

Obama is no Ronald Reagan

For the Obama gang who dared to compare their boss to Ronald Reagan, here’s a little refresher on the difference between a conservative and a liberal…

I would simply respond with two words.

Bobby.

Jindal.

That is all.

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Leave Bobby Jindal Alone!

On February 25, 2009 By

Leave him alone!

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Twitter Prediction FAIL

On February 25, 2009 By

Before Jindal’s speech last night:

This is not the only time in history that Jindal will follow Obama

Would you like to revise and extend your remarks Patrick? LOL

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Absolutely crushing it:

Sixty-eight percent of speech-watchers questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey Tuesday night had a very positive reaction to the president’s address, with 24 percent suggesting they had a somewhat positive response and 8 percent indicating they had a negative reaction.

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